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bullies is bully's Simple Present

bully

US [ˈbʊli]
UK ['bʊli]
  • v.恐吓;胁迫;伤害
  • adj.顶好的;快活的;盛气凌人的
  • n.仗势欺人者;横行霸道者
  • int.
  • Web霸王;霸凌者;欺负
Simple Present:bullies  Present Participle:bullying  Past Tense:bullied  
bullies
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n.
1.
仗势欺人者;横行霸道者a person who uses their strength or power to frighten or hurt weaker people
the school bully
学校里的恶霸学生
v.
1.
恐吓;伤害;胁迫to frighten or hurt a weaker person; to use your strength or power to make sb do sth
My son is being bullied at school.
我儿子在学校里受欺负。
I won't be bullied into signing anything.
我绝不会屈服于压力签署任何东西。
exclam.
IDM
He's got a job in New York? Well, bully for him!
他在纽约找到了份工作?哼,那没什么了不起!
bully for you, etc.
(informal)
没什么了不起used to show that you do not think that what sb has said or done is very impressive
He's got a job in New York? Well, bully for him!
他在纽约找到了份工作?哼,那没什么了不起!
exclam.
IDM
He's got a job in New York? Well, bully for him!
他在纽约找到了份工作?哼,那没什么了不起!
bully for you, etc.
(informal)
没什么了不起used to show that you do not think that what sb has said or done is very impressive
He's got a job in New York? Well, bully for him!
他在纽约找到了份工作?哼,那没什么了不起!

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